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Catching sight of a cat on the CSUB campus is not
an uncommon occurrence. It is important to recognize that
these animals are wild or abandoned and should not be approached.
Never attempt to pick up a kitten or cat that appears tame,
because abandoned cats are very likely to panic and hurt
you trying to get away. Please do the following if you are
concerned about the well-being of a cat.
Your cooperation is greatly appreciated by the CSUB Safety
- Contact Campus Cats By:
- Calling Carol Raupp @ ext. 2370 ; or Armanda Ghilarducci
@ ext. 3305.
- Campus Cats needs to know the number of cats, physical
descriptions and locations sighted in order to make arrangements
to safely and humanely trap cats. These animals are spayed
or neutered and are then placed in homes or cared for by
members of Campus Cats. Campus Cats takes care of providing
food and shelter for cats once they are notified.
- Facilities Management staff may be able to assist with
emergencies, such as injured animals or those caught inside
buildings, if Campus Cats volunteers are unavailable. Campus
Cats volunteers and several members of the Facilities Management
staff are the only CSUB employees authorized to handle
cats on the campus.
- Help Campus Cats Manage The Population By:
- Notifying them of new animals or problems involving campus
cats; Being patient while they work to trap these animals;
and Never feeding the cats yourself.
- Prevent Injuries By:
- Never attempting to touch or pick up a campus cats; and
remembering that cats are not allowed to live in State